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Yellow and green wire not connected to anything and freezer is not defrosting properly.

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If you have a GE Profile Artica the reason that defrost most likey does not happen is because the defrost heater is defective. Now you mentioned the yellow and green wires are not connected, I need to know where you see these wires and why you know that they are causing the refrigerator not to defrost. Now if you have a different model than the one listed above your post I need to know that mode number so we can get this thing defrosting. Sea Breeze

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